Conventional magnetic-field integral equations for perfectly conducting bodies introduce spurious resonances at the resonant frequencies of the Interior cavity formed by the scattering surface. Yielding unreliable results for bodies larger than about a wavelength across. The spurious resonances can be eliminated from the magnetic-field Integral equation by using the dual-surface magnetic-field Integral equation derived by Yaghjian. The dual- surface magnetic-field integral equation, although identical in form and comparable in complexity to the original magnetic-field integral equation, provides a unique solution for the surface current J at all frequencies. A computer program that computers the electromagnetic scattering from bodies of revolution using the dual-surface magnetic-field integral equation, has been developed. The numerical results obtained from the body of revolution program using the dual-surface magnetic-field integral equation for a sphere, two frustums, and a truncated circular cylinder are compared to those of the exact Mie solution, a wire-mesh computer code, and measurements, respectively.